Vistana Kuala Lumpur Titiwangsa
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- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... was our introduction to this Chinese gentleman who we think was the owner of the resort and approached us while we were playing Ping Pong, only to share his array of Ping Pong related jokes with us. Yes, the dirty kind. Met by dirty laughter from the guys and red faces from the girls ;)
After a very relaxing time on the 2 islands, the 4 of us moved on to Singapore, where we would spend some time with Antoine (an old Purina ...
... but this didn't mean rest for the workers. We could see some of them in the fields hard at it, a brutal workload to deal with. Our next stop was Gunung Brinchang, the highest peak, although we noticed higher in the distance, so maybe the highest accessible peak at 2031 metres. We climbed the almost vertical stairs, which could be classified as ladders, up a rusty old tower which swayed in the wind, very calming. Crammed at the top, we took a quick look the view and decided ...
... high spec and have used thousands of tonnes of stainless steel. The whole outside is bright and shiny. Lunch was a pork belly clay pot. Very glad we shared as very rich. Walked a few k and stumbled across many very large shopping malls. Clothes are cheap here. It's a mecca for Julie! Found an Indian restaurant a short walk from the hotel. Big restaurant and we were the only patrons. There were at least 6 waiters and us! Couldn't finish our food so ...
Finally we arrived in Kuala Lumpur after what seemed like the longest flight of them all... Especially when flying with Malaysia airlines! After catching the metro and then the oldest of cabs and some manic driving we made it to our hotel, a birthday treat from Marcie and Paul. We definitely didn't look the part turning up with our backpacks but this was 5* luxury and after 2 months of roughing it in bunk ...
... at Independence Square (or Dataran Merdeka in Malay), where Malaysia peacefully declared independence from Britain in 1957, after two visits by Malaysian dignitaries to London to work out the details. Our guide told us a wonderful story about how the whole country pulled together to raise the money to send the delegation BACK to London for a second try after the first attempt proved fruitless; his grandfather had sold three family cows to contribute ...